An inspirational discussion about what it truly means to be in a right relationship with our Creator, and with those we love.
It isn’t easy confronting someone who’s in the wrong. Let's look at Matthew chapter 18, and find out when confrontation is needed.
Confronting a friend or family member isn’t easy! Perhaps there’s a fractured friendship in need of repair.
It isn’t always easy to put the commands of Scripture into everyday practice. Are you trying to live by all the rules, but you’re just plain worn out?
We have a natural tendency to compare ourselves to others. Either we think we’re better than they are, or we see ourselves as lacking.
In any church, it takes a lot of discernment to welcome people from all walks of life, without condoning their sinful lifestyle. How do we embrace everyone, without alienating anyone?
In our culture, some of the most atrocious acts are overlooked . . . even ignored. From sexual scandal to corruption of government officials . . . instead of mourning their immorality, it’s often glorified.
Each of us have areas where we excel. And at one time or another we’ve all thought . . . “I can do that better than he can, or she can.” But God calls us to love others . . . and resist engaging in a comparison game.